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Who Are the Americans Killed By U.S. Drone Strikes?

On April 23, the White House confirmed that three American citizens were killed by U.S. counterterrorism operations.

Why the Obama Administration Thinks It's Beating ISIS

It will be a "long, steady, slow-burning campaign"—but with a new Iraqi champion.


NSA Chief: Rules of War Apply to Cyberwar, Too

In the tightly controlled discussion about cyberweapons, this counts as a step toward transparency.

Pentagon: We Can’t Afford to Replace Aging ICBMs, Bombers, Subs

Even if sequestration goes away, the Defense Department will need at least $10 billion more per year to modernize its nuclear arsenal, procurement chief says.

VA's Handling of Whistle-Blowers Continues to Irk Lawmakers

Rep. Mike Coffman said he is "dismayed" at the ongoing retaliatory culture against VA employees who speak out.

How Obama Is Spinning Congress's Iran Deal

It's a 'vote to vote later' 

What Does the Army Want From Robots in 10 Years?

The service is outlining a multidecade plan for autonomic and robotic systems.

Where Are the Anti-War Democrats on Iran?

Liberal doves need to find candidates who can bring Congress's foreign policy into line with the desires of the American people.

Can the Military Make a Prediction Machine?

The planet is awash in open, free data. Can military-funded research turn it into a crystal ball?

State Department Wants Face-Scanning Software to Make Sure Your Passport Photo Isn't a Fake

The department's Bureau of Consular Affairs wants to expedite passport and visa photo assessments.

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